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Brian Jones ex-radio personality for KXHV 89.7 FM, KDVS 90.3 FM, Beers N Fears YouTube show, Beards and Fears Podcast and now owner of The Love Horror Podcast.

Focusing on the behind the scene style interviews, Love Horror Podcast brings you the best in horror with interviews from around the globe.

The Love Horror Podcast is the official podcast for Sinister Creature Con and Sacramento Horror Film Festival.


For inquires and film submissions please click link below.

Due to high volumes of submissions not all entries will be replied.



Sinister Creature Con is a horror convention unlike any other.  We celebrate both the past and present.  From the nostalgic to the contemporary we celebrate it all and have something for every horror artist and fan alike.  Above all we strive to serve and promote the art and artists.  Come, be inspired, create, and scare us.  We invite you to Northern California's Horror Convention, Sinister Creature Con.



"I had no real idea what the Sinister Creature Con was going to be like. It was the first year, they had a good line up of celebrities attending and the vendor list was plentiful, but a horror con in Sacramento? To my pleasant surprise, it was a huge success! More people in attendance then I think anyone expected. All there to see their Rocky Horror Show idols, such as Barry Boswick, or Cleve Hall from Monster Man, or even me!



The show was great! So much fun, as everyone who attended loves, respects and dreams monster and their makers. The venue was packed with all sorts of people dressed up as their favorite genre character, from Dr. Frankfurter to children dressed as The Walking Dead's Daryl Dixon and Michonne tugging along the mother of the year dressed as a zombie.



The great thing about these types of conventions are, everyone is there for the same reason. They love everything horror, always have. When younger we were labeled nerds and geeks, but now we have taken over and become the cool kids. As the famous tag line from Dawn of the Dead states - "When there is no more room in hell, the dead will walk the earth", well we are all walking to the next Sinister Creature Con next year and suggest you do to!"

We genuinely thank all the talented filmmakers, our generous sponsors, and passionate horror fans who have made the efforts of the Sacramento Horror Film Festival possible. Without your love for horror and your dedication to the festival none of what we have accomplished could be possible.


The Sacramento Horror Film Festival was created in 2007 with many purposes. The festival founder desired the festival to be a platform for the horror filmmaker while providing a satisfying and valued movie going experience to the film patron.


The SHFF screens more films over fewer days than any other horror film festival thus providing a greater chance for exposure for the horror filmmaker. We have a profound dedication to the horror genre. The festival screens all things horror including features, shorts, documentaries, music videos, trailers, and animations.


We do more than screen a series of films. We enhance the film going experience between film programs by inserting live music, performance art, interactive games, costume contests, and comedy all hosted by horror host personalities. The Sacramento Horror Film Festival is more than a festival- it is multi-faceted arts and entertainment event.


We provoke filmmaker creativity by issuing annual film challenges open to all filmmakers across the world. The festival hosts educational workshops in various elements of the film-making process in order to educate the novice and experienced filmmaker alike.


It is our mission to promote the independent filmmaker, his/her projects and talent therein, while offering an unique and entertaining cinematic experience to fans of the horror genre while further establishing Sacramento as a city of the arts.


The SHFF was acclaimed for being "The Best Place for a Real Horror Show" in the "2008 Best of: Unauthorized" issue of the Sacramento News & Review.


The festival chooses to utilize the Historic Colonial Theatre in Sacramento, CA. The Colonial Theatre doors first opened in 1939.


The festival director operates the festival with the support of its fellowship of horror fanatics and filmmakers.


Founded in 2007 by Tim Meunier.




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